This paper provides input on the relevance and boundaries of innovation cooperation in the Smart Grid and its influence on the energy transition. The theory of boundary objects will be used as a main approach for decoding the way of cooperation between Smart Grid actors. The objective is to offer a better understanding of the transferring and integrating of external knowledge from heterogeneous actors in order to develop new innovation in the energy sector.
June / 2019
TDX-Assist Coordination of Transmission and Distribution data eXchanges for renewables integration in the European marketplace through Advanced, Scalable and Secure ICT Systems and Tools